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Pyramid Peak Trail

Difficulty: Most Difficult - Climbing: Class 4
Elevation Gain: 4,400 Feet (1341.1 Meters)
High Point: 14,018 Feet (4272.7 Meters)
Length: 3.5 Miles (5.6 Kilometers)
Recommended Season: Late Spring to Summer
Trail Accessibility: Take West Maroon-Crater Lake for one mile to get to trailhead.

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General Description

Pyramid Peak Trail is a class 4 climb that reaches 14,018'. This trail is located in the White River National Forest in the Elk Mountain Range. This is an 3.5 mile trail with 4,500' elevation gain. To access Pyramid Peak Trail, take West Maroon-Crater Lake for one mile to get to trailhead. Pyramid Peak is a fourteen thousand foot mountain in the U.S. state of Colorado. It is the 47th highest mountain peak in Colorado, and 78th highest peak in the United States.

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Aspen Ranger District, 806 W. Hallam , Aspen, CO, 81611, Phone: 970-925-3445


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